The one book you can find all the essential dua’s for Ramadan in both Arabic and English. Enjoy reading this lighthearted and fun story about Ramadan and Eid!
Children will love to press the sound panel to hear the correct Arabic pronunciation of essential Ramadan Dua’s. They can slide the switch to hear the English meaning.
“It’s Ramadan, and Fatima and Ali are excited to be fasting for the first time ever. Follow their journey through this sacred month with this charming storybook, complete with du’as in Arabic and English, ‘Eid greetings from around the world, and even a secret recipe to make Iftar Extra delicious!”
Both parents and teachers will find this book to be a useful guide.
Hear the following duas in both Arabic and English
The language of hadith often goes over children’s heads, leaving them uninterested, and unable to retain the information. Alhamdulilah, not with this book! The child-friendly explanations, lively design, illustration and section on how they can use the wisdom in their lives, will build a new love for hadith in young hearts In sha Allah!
It’s the first day of Ramadan, and George is celebrating with his friend Kareem and his family. George helps Kareem with his first fast and joins in the evening celebration of tasting treats and enjoying a special meal. Then, George helps make gift baskets to donate to the needy, and watches for the crescent moon with the man in the yellow hat. Finally George joins in the Eid festivities to mark the end of his very first Ramadan.
Shade 7’s new book promises to make teaching children about body parts a fun, educational and interactive experience for all parents, particularly Muslim parents teaching their children how to do wudu, a ritual washing performed by Muslims in preparation for their 5 daily prayers. Parents will enjoy teaching their children to read the names of the body parts and watching them squeal with delight as they watch the colours appear on the white illustrations when they touch water.
Introduction to body parts for young children in a fun and interactive way
Introduction to wudu for Muslim parents and for inter-faith educators
Unique colour changing feature when the book is put in water
This delightful book contains vibrantly illustrated stories of the prophets, from Adam (as) to Muhammad (saw). The stories are concise, and narrated in engaging, child-friendly language. A question and answer session after each story is also unique in its style, depicted as a conversation between the two lovable characters, and tackling questions that are most likely to arise in a young child’s mind.
‘I read the book and found it very beneficial for Muslim children. It is easy to read and understand. May Allah reward those behind it with the greatest of rewards.’
– Sheikh Shady AlSuleiman
‘The stories are narrated in an age-appropriate, attractive dialogue format which bring up searching and meaningful questions for both the children and adults to ponder over.
The book is vividly illustrated with a gentle sense of humour running through the stories, the main characters (Migo & Ali) introduce special concepts then entice the reader into taking ownership of their learning and discovering more.’
– Dr M.F ElShayyal
– Published in partnership with the Dawah project and supported by Islam Channel
– Complete set of stories of the prophets in one book